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Firearms Values

Post by 230Ball on 9/15/2012, 8:04 pm

What are you using to assess the value of your firearms? I'm certain the pro appraisers must use some kind of published, software, or on-line reference.
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Post by Founder on 9/15/2012, 9:11 pm

I have not found a good (free) online resource for gun values. If in doubt I grab the Blue Book of Gun Values. Otherwise I check gunbroker and other online sites for like firearms and compare conditions.

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Post by DavidR on 9/17/2012, 10:50 am

If your talking run of the mill factory stock firearms then the blue book of gun values is what most dealers use as a rough guide, even those prices can be above or below market value. If your talking custom enhanced guns for this sport then it has a lot to do with who built it or the gunsmith that reworked it and its a buyers market and whatever someone is willing to pay to own a particular gun. Some of these guns are testaments to a gunsmith that is no longer with us or no longer building guns and may be worth double or more than the same gun worked by someone else.
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